ECS A780GM-A

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About the Product

The A780GM-A is an ATX socket AM2+ motherboard that uses the AMD 780G chipset and supports 5200/2000 MT/s FSB AMD CPUs. Features 4 DDR2-800 DIMM slots, 3 PCI, 2 PCI-E x1, and 1 PCI-E x16 slots. Rear I/O ports include 1 IEEE 1394a, 6 USB 2.0, 1 Gigabit Ethernet, and 1 HDMI. IDT 92HD206 8-channel audio. ATHEROS L1 Gigabit Fast Ethernet NIC included.

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ECS A780GM-A Reviews Rating: 82 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Digit-Life  --- Mar 24 '08
Guru3D  --- Apr 03 '08
LegitReviews.com  --- Apr 11 '08
Motherboards.org 83/100 Apr 30 '08
Overclockers Club  --- Apr 01 '08
PC Perspective  --- May 26 '08
PC Stats 83% Jan 06 '09
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Tweak Town 75% Jun 07 '08
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ECS A780GM-A Review Inside Hardware -- Jul 21 '08

Digit-Life on Mar 25 '08

"The more attractive chipsets with integrated graphics become, the more popular full-size motherboards on this chipset get. There is nothing surprising about it. Such motherboards usually come at..."

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Guru3D on Apr 03 '08

"The ECS "Black Series" A780GM-A mainboard is a good example of what the 780G chipset can do for you when properly implemented. It comes in an aesthetically pleasing way, easy to use BIOS and at a..."

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LegitReviews.com on Apr 11 '08

"The ECS A780GM-A motherboard performs on par with other AMD 780G platforms, but the BIOS is rough and the audio codec needs to go in the garbage."

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Motherboards.org on May 02 '08

"The 780G chipset is the most powerful integrated graphics chipset on the market today. Ati is soon to release the 790G chipset which will bring even more performance to the integrated graphics..."

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Overclockers Club on Apr 02 '08

"So if you are in need of a decent board for a workstation or general home use at a great price, I would consider the ECS A780GM-A. But if you are a gamer or enthusiast like myself, I would look..."

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  • Product Type: Socket AM2
  • Manufacturer: ECS
  • Released
    North AmericaApril 2008
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